Posted on Apr 15, 2011 | Comments 0
If you attend a wedding these days there’s a good chance that you’ll find a disposable wedding cameraon your table at the reception.
The basic idea for the cameras is for the guests to take their own photographs throughout the proceedings and celebrations and then hand them in art the end of the night.
This results in hundreds of images from the party that the bride and groom can keep forever as a way to commemorate their special day.
These disposable models were originally film cameras, but you can now get digital ones as well.
The happy couple can’t be everywhere during the reception and party, so this method is a great way for them to enjoy the things they missed and to see how much fun their guests had. The cameras offer a great alternative to the often serious official photos of their wedding day.
The cameras are quite light and small and are very simple to operate as they’re basic point-and-shoot models. They come with a built-in flash and many types also have an auto-focusing lens. The easier to operate the better, especially if there’s an open bar at the reception.
Some of the disposable digital cameras allow you to set the ISO speed and they come with an assortment of exposure numbers. The married couple can take the cameras and have the images transferred to discs or other types of digital storage media.
The cameras are relatively inexpensive and you should be able to find them for about $20. It’s actually a pretty small price to pay for a lifetime of everlasting memories.
You should also be able to find the disposable models specifically designed for weddings as they’ll come designed and decorated in wedding motifs. If you’re really adventurous, you can also get underwater models for underwater weddings.
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